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  1. #21

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    How will you react if the "relationship" is great but they "can't afford" the rent anymore?

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    Gosh there are some cynics here! Given that a lot of people meet their life partners through work, I don't think that this is any different. The risks are always there but so are the potential rewards.
    Last edited by drelly; 10-01-2017 at 09:49 PM.

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    Current laws and overly-leftist courts mean that if you're not a cynic, you're likely to be in the gun.
    My blog. From personal experience.
    http://statehousinginnz.wordpress.com/

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    Keep it on a professional level - charge them every time they want sex.

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    Hookers can be cheaper!
    www.ilender.co.nz
    whatever it takes......

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    90% chance of disaster if this goes ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brokerman View Post
    Hookers can be cheaper!
    Speaking from experience?
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    To be honest, my main objection here is one of an imbalance of power.
    As a landlord you have the control over a other person's shelter.
    You must always exercise any form of legal power with the greatest of care and responsibility.

    Assuming you are no Adonis, the reasonable assumpton by a court, should your tenant press a complaint, would be that you had committed a sex crime using duress.

    You really don't want the title of sex offender on your file.

    In short, step away from the hottie.

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    The title of the thread suggests it's not "love at first sight" rather just a lusty desire so I agree with those suggesting you avoid a tryst with your tenant. It's not likely to end well and at worst it could be used against you in the future and as McDuck suggests it could get really bad.

    cheers

    Donna


 

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